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The Diamond as Big as the Ritz

The Diamond as Big as the Ritz


by F. Scott Fitzgerald

The Diamond as Big as the Ritz: Themes (For the Most Part) True or False

1. What is the primary object of strutiny? -> Youth
2. In this story, America is a place with blind pursuit of -> Education
3. What has been replaced by the pursuit of wealth? -> Love
4. To which king does Fitzgerald allude? -> Ferdinand
5. To make fun of man's destructive desire for higher ground, Fitzgerald speaks of -> Zeus